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Sony and Microsoft to explore strategic partnership
“Our partnership brings the power of Azure and Azure AI to Sony."
IXUP goes "post-quantum" with security tech upgrade
The secure analytics company has also partnered with Deloitte as a reseller, and launched a SaaS offering on Microsoft Azure.
Diversification strategy pays off for Parallo
Parallo has been formally recognised after receiving four new major competencies from its core partners, VMware and Microsoft.
Microsoft achieves FIDO2 certification for authentication solution
FIDO2 is a set of standards that enables easy and secure logins to websites and applications via biometrics, mobile devices and/or FIDO Security Keys.
How Azure ExpressRoute will impact Kiwi businesses
Local ExpressRoute services will initially be provided by Megaport, Vocus, Spark, Kordia and Devoli.
Five ways Windows 10 Professional lets you have it all
It’s the definition of a modern desktop that gives you the most productive and secure computing experience.
Microsoft and Red Hat partner to bring OpenShift to Azure
A jointly-operated service from the two enterprise giants is now available.
Amazon still safely ahead of chasing pack in cloud infrastructure market
Despite Microsoft, Google, Alibaba and Tencent all substantially outpacing the overall market, Amazon is still clearly in front.
Microsoft says NZ reasonably cyber secure, but don't get complacent
Cryptocurrency malware is alive and well across the globe – but although New Zealand is one of the countries least at risk of cyber threats, nobody should become complacent.
Microsoft's biggest announcements from Build 2019
"As computing becomes embedded in every aspect of our lives, the choices developers make will define the world we live in," says Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella.
Blockchain, edge, AI & ML - Microsoft goes all-out for devs
Microsoft is launching a swath of new developer technologies and Azure services designed to bring AI, blockchain, mixed reality, and IoT to the forefront of development.
Application virtualisation market to reach $5bn by 2024
According to a report by KBV Research, cost-saving and productivity benefits will drive the market over the next 5 years.
What to expect from the Surface Hub 2S
Microsoft has released details about the next iteration of the Surface Hub featuring mobility, reduced weight and a 85in version in the works.
9 Spokes and Microsoft NZ announce co-sell partnership
The agreement will see 9 Spokes listed on the Microsoft AppSource Marketplace, providing a channel to grow its platform base of small business users.
Microsoft: The sky's the limit for your data with Cosmos DB
A modern Internet age with globally-distributed applications that must be fault-tolerant and scalable demands a high-concurrency, low-latency database model.
Microsoft & Data#3 give at-risk youth a helping hand
Australian technology firm Data#3 and Microsoft have offered a helping hand to the Melbourne City Mission in order to help train at-risk young people and prepare them for future employment.
No ETL? No worries, with SQL Server 2019's new data virtualisation
Unlike a typical data lake, there is no need to move data from where it lives when using data virtualisation, and this is a huge advantage over traditional ETL.
BMW and Microsoft launch the Open Manufacturing Platform
Microsoft and the BMW Group announced a new community initiative to enable faster, more cost-effective innovation in the manufacturing sector.
Dell EMC tops the data centre hardware & software market
Spending in the market is on the rise with the usual suspects like Dell EMC, Microsoft, HPE, Huawei, and Cisco at the top.
Sophos offering mobile device management with Microsoft Intune integration
Running on Microsoft Azure, the Sophos integration will enable IT administrators to configure individual device usage policies within Microsoft Intune.
APAC manufacturing nearly at an AI tipping point
Soon, manufacturers who have not kept up with the advances in AI technologies will be vastly outstripped by those that have.
Kiwi environmental entrepreneurs win global grant
“Organisations like Sustainable Coastlines are the reason we launched the AI for Earth programme."
How Adobe, Microsoft and SAP aim to transform CX
The three partners outlined a common approach and set of resources for customers in an initial announcement last September.
Data centre titans blazing green energy trail – AWS under fire
Data from Cloudscene has revealed tech giants like Google and Apple are setting a precedent in renewable energy, but AWS has come under fire.